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 Monroe Tsatoke  (1904 - 1937)

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Lived/Active: Oklahoma      Known for: Indian subject painting-religion

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Ceremonial Dancer
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Biography from Adobe Gallery:
"[Monroe] Tsatoke was one of the Five Kiowas.  It was recorded in 1936 that "he could always draw pictures, but never took any art lessons until Susie Peters organized a Fine Arts Club of Indian boys and girls who showed talent in drawing and painting, beadwork, and other native work.  Mrs. Willie Baze Lane also gave them lessons and encouragement."

He worked hard at his art, responding with all his spirit to the sympathy and encouragement of his teachers at Anadarko and later at the University of Oklahoma.  He took great delight in his work, painting the things he knew first-hand.  While seriously ill with tuberculosis, the artist joined the Peyote faith, becoming a member of the Native American Church, and began the series of paintings which expressed his religious experiences (published after his death).” -Snodgrass 1968.

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